May 21 came and went, and we're glad the rapture didn't happen before Jeff gets his bits glittered! It's almost a sure thing now that his opponent Peter Ha is only 15 followers away from 4,000--which means a pejazzling is in Jeff's immediate future.
After a little more teasing, we move onto today's stories from the world of technology, including yet another Sony hack, this time to the company's Greek music site that exposed even more user accounts and sensitive data. Also, Apple is rolling out its Apple Store 2.0 that now features iPad 2 kiosks and "call for help" buttons, and stick around after the break for Firefox vs. Chrome wars and a Bluetooth Super Nintendo controller for Android gaming!
The 404 Digest for Episode 826
- Apple rolls out .
- Harold Camping had a tough weekend, but we're not laughing.
- Sony BMG site hack exposes user data.
- starts rapid-release cycle for Mozilla.
- Bluetooth Super Nintendo controller for Android gaming.
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